21 Science Experiments To Entertain Your Kids This Winter

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The winter season can be a really cold time of year and is perfect to do fun things indoors. There are lots of things to do to keep kids entertained when going outside is not an option. You might want to research science experiments to entertain your kids this winter. A lot of experiments are really easy to do and also a lot of fun.

1. How Do Penguins Stay Warm Experiment


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How do they stay warm?

2. Lemon Suds Eruptions


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Watch these suds start to explode.

3. Bath Safe Sensory Snow


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A fun experiment to do at bath time.

4. Make Your Own Rock Candy Skewers


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A fun way to make some tasty candy.

5. An Oil And Water Experiment


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Watch what happens when oil and water come together.

6. Make An Electromagnet


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Wait until you see what this magnet will do.

7. How Snowflakes Form


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Kids will find this process simply fascinating.

8. Super Secret Invisible Ink


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A really fun way to send secret messages.

9. Crystal Suncatcher Craft


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Watch how these crystal react to sunlight.

10. Walking On Eggs


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Did you know you can actually walk on fresh eggs?

11. Pine Cone Science Experiment


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This is a fun way to use a few pine cones from the yard.

12. Tea Bag Rocket


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Watch this tea bag really go.

13. Frozen Bubbles


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These bubbles are going to be hard to pop.

14. Ivory Soap Experiment


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Have you seen Ivory soap explode?

15. Super Bouncy Snowballs


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These snowballs will actually bounce.

16. Easy Marshmallow Catapults


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This is a fun activity to do during the winter too.

17. The Snowman Experiment


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This is an experiment that is actually done with ice.

18. Painted Ice Lanterns


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This is a fun way to see how ice reacts with artificial light.

19. Magic Snow Paint


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This is a fun way to create colored snow.

20. Popsicle Stick Chain Reaction


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The reaction that occurs is super fantastic.

21. How To Make a Snow Volcano


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This is a fun way to create a volcano by using snow.

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